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The world s oldest desert, the Namib...A solitary railway line...A royal family on a royal journey...From the sky, like lightning... a FLASH! The centuries old Royal Crown is stolen! BACK IN ACTION... DHOOM:2 reinvents the action comedy genre and propels it into the 21st century.
Ali s (Uday Chopra) dream of becoming a police officer has come true. He is now ACP Jai Dixit s (Abhishek Bachchan) right hand man . Together, they are trying to keep a tight leash on the crime in India. Little do they know what they are going to be up against.
Enter Aryan - Mr. A (Hrithik Roshan) - A hi-tech international thief. After pulling off a series of impossible heists all over the world, his next target is Mumbai, India. The case is given to ACP Jai and Ali. Helping them put the pieces of the puzzle together is ACP Shonali Bose (Bipasha Basu), Jai s college mate, now a police officer in her own right. For the last two years Shonali has been tracking these amazing thefts and is now an expert on this thief, who no one has seen.
Once in Mumbai, Mr. A finds his match in Sunehri (Aishwarya Rai), a petty yet clever thief. She makes him an offer he finds very hard to refuse. A partnership! Aryan accepts. And so the game begins a game of cat and mouse a game of good v/s bad. The COPS - Jai, Shonali and Ali; and they are after Aryan and Sunehri The ROBBERS .From the desert of Namibia to the backwaters of Goa, the mean streets of Mumbai and the ancient forts of Rajasthan, and finally to Wild n Exotic Rio, Brazil.Does ACP Jai Dixit manage to nab Mr. A? Or does Mr. A prove to be too much for him? Never-Seen-Before Action Sequences, Hi-Tech Heists, Breathtaking Hi-Speed Chases, Non-Stop Laughter and Excitement will lead you to the answer to these questions.
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"Once in Mumbai, Mr. A finds his match in Sunehri [Aishwarya Rai], a petty yet clever thief. She makes him an offer he finds very hard to refuse. A partnership! Aryan accepts. And so the game begins, a game of cat and mouse, a game of good v/s bad. The cops -- Jai, Shonali and Ali -- are after the robbers -- Aryan and Sunehri. From the deserts of Namibia to the backwaters of Goa, the mean streets of Mumbai and the ancient forts of Rajasthan and finally to Rio, Brazil. DHOOM 2 is modeled on the lines of the chor-police sagas that Hindi films specialized in the 1970s and 1980s. In essence, it's not a path-breaking/inventive story, but what takes the film to dizzy heights is the sequence of events that unravel at a feverish pace. Right from the start of the film [Hrithik's first heist in Namibia; the robbing of a crown from a moving train] to his next target [robbing a precious diamond from a museum in Mumbai] to the theft in Jamnagar [Hrithik and Ash come face to face for the first time], the film whets your appetite from the word 'Go'. In the first hour focuses on the cat-n-mouse game, the second hour changes tracks as it transforms into a love story. While the scenes between Uday and Bipasha [in a dual role] are cute, the ones between Hrithik and Ash build up slowly. The pace drops intermittently in this hour since the thrills are reserved for the penultimate reel, but a number of worthy sequences in this half conceal this tiny blemish. Note the turning point in the tale -- the revolver sequence between Hrithik and Ash and the lip-to-lip kiss that ensues; it's an outstanding sequence from the writing, execution and performance point of view. The pre-climax -- the robbery of man-made gold coins -- as also the climax chase are breath-taking as well. DHOOM 2 is director Sanjay Gadhvi's finest effort so far. The execution of the subject is such, you just can't help get transported to a world of make-believe. Gadhvi has handled a number of sequences with aplomb. The Hrithik-Ash sequence mentioned above is one of them. The dialogue between Hrithik and Abhishek -- after they've known each other's true identities -- is another. The final scene of the enterprise [it would be unfair to reveal it here!] is yet another sequence that indicates that the director has done his homework well. Pritam's music is fair. Barring the 'Krazy Kiya Re' track and the title track [filmed on Hrithik], the score is outright mediocre. However, the saving grace is the vibrant and energetic picturization, which takes the songs to another level. The choreography of the title track by Shiamak Davar is outstanding. Vaibhavi Merchant's choreography of 'Krazy Kiya Re' is admirable as well. Salim-Sulaiman's background score is highly effective." --platform47.comVoir l'ensemble des Descriptions du produit
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I had become a fan of Aishwarya Rai through some of her other movies, and that was my inspiration to purchasing here. As stunning as she is visually, she can be a bit stiff with her acting...But I was pleased by the results.
The film opens with a fantastic heist sequence that would be good even in Hollywood standards, though some of the sequence is a bit over the top, it sets a good tone. The main theme that begins and ends the film is then played...Easily the best song of the movie, with great energy to set the tone for the movie. The plot surrounds Mr. A(ryan)as the worlds greatest thief, Sunehri a competing theif that yearns for Mr. A's attention, and Jai, Shonali, and Ali as the police trying to catch him.
The Heist sequences are all rather innovative, and the music, while not spectatularly stimulating lyrically, serve to add the comic relief or romance required. The dramatic elements do provide irony and recall Heat and Italian Job/Ocean's 11/12/13 with some of the setups. The scenes between the theives really are the heart of this film, and one in particular really stole the film...It was one of the best scenerios and most emotionally charged moments I have seen in any movie, and to that I commend it. The comedy of the Cops is enjoyable yet sometimes forced, but is also expected from a Bollywood film. The actual storyline without the music could have created a more focused film, but that is just me with a Hollywood mind sense of film making.
The film is very enjoyable, and if you are new to the Bollywood experience, I would say this is a good start, as it does its best to be a western film. The 4/5 is given due to some of the flow of the film stalling from the required music of Bollywood. I really enjoyed the film as a whole, and I do not mind the musical fusion that is involved, it is a part of the culture, but I also feel that it could be blended better than this film provided. I did enjoy it, and will watch the film again in the future, as the the characters and story are solid, I just can not offer 5 stars when there are blemishes showing.
Please view it for yourself and decide for yourself...The good clearly outweigh the bad.
If you want to infect somebody with the love of Bollywood, this is a sure thing!